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Faculty traveling to China are encouraged to notify Gateway director Phoebe You of their impending visit. The staff at the Shanghai office can help by facilitating focused networking, targeted recruitment and support for scholarly work abroad. The Gateways can also help identify accommodations and provide recommendations and general wayfinding. 

Hongliang LuoHongliang Luo graduated from The Ohio State University with a PhD in food science and nutrition in 2005. Before becoming a Buckeye, Luo received her bachelor's and master's degree in microbiology from Fudan University.

She chose to study at Ohio State because she was interested in interdisciplinary research. She is a food lover, had heard of the food science and nutrition program advisor Hua Wang and was enthusiastic about the food science field. From her experience at Ohio State, Luo gained a sharing mindset, challenging spirit and fearless ability to express her opinions, even if it differed from her peers.

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AUCA 4.4.2018 Group PhotoPhoebe You, director of the Ohio State China Gateway, and Wanling Qu, director of the University of Minnesota China office, led the American Universities’ China Association (AUCA) conference on April 4 at New York University Shanghai.

Shuzhe Ding, associate vice chancellor of NYU Shanghai, delivered the opening remarks, followed by a panel discussion on U.S.-China higher education collaboration models and best practices from Weimin Zhang, Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry dean at the University of Southern California-Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Richard Foristel, director of Webster University China, and Shuzhe Ding. 

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AnthonyLeeAnthony Lee graduated from the Ohio State Fisher College of Business MBA program in 2004. Before he became a Buckeye, he worked for State Farm Mutual Insurance from 1998-2003. Through the connections he made during the MBA program, he was able to advance his career path in Nationwide. In 2007, he returned to Asia to pursuit new opportunities and held executive role with AIA in Hong Kong. Lee is currently working as a financial services partner at Big Four Accounting Firm KPMG in China.

His most memorable time at Ohio State was the MBA program orientation session when the dean introduced a number of students in his class who had achieved significant success in their careers including patents. At that moment, he knew he had made the right choice to attend Ohio State. The group projects also provided opportunities to work with people from a multitude of backgrounds and working styles.

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